A recent survey from UnidosUS — a Latinx advocacy group — found that only 12 percent of African American and Latinx business owners received the full amount of relief money they requested.

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LA County To Expand Access To Coronavirus Vaccine To More Essential Workers Starting MondayStarting Monday, Los Angeles County will expand access to the coronavirus vaccine to more essential workers. Joy Benedict reports.
Moreno Valley Man Accused Of Trying To Bury Wife Alive At San Diego BeachA Moreno Valley man was behind bars Friday, accused of trying to bury his wife alive.
LAPD: Woman Returns Lady Gaga's Stolen French Bulldogs To PoliceAccording to LAPD, a woman met Lady Gaga's staff and detectives at the Olympic Olympic Community Police Station, just northwest of downtown, around 6 p.m. with the two missing dogs.
CDC Shares Distribution And Messaging Advice On Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 VaccineThe CDC said the J&J vaccine, also known as the Janssen vaccine, is expected to be authorized as soon as Saturday and recommended for use Sunday. 
Taylor Swift Officially Cancels Tour Postponed Last Year Due To The COVID-19 PandemicTaylor Swift announced Friday that her Lover Fest tour, which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has officially been canceled.
Disneyland Vaccination Site To Close Sunday Due To WindsDue to expected brisk winds this weekend, the Disneyland vaccination super site in Anaheim will be temporarily closed Sunday, Feb. 28.
LA County Reports 1,838 COVID-19 Cases, 144 DeathsThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Friday reported 1,838 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 144 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,189,232 cases and 21,241 deaths.
LAPD Officer Suffers Non-Life Threatening Injuries Following South LA CrashA Los Angeles Police Department officer suffered non-life threatening injuries Friday night following a crash in South Los Angeles.
Tiger Woods In 'Good Spirits' After Undergoing Follow-Up Procedures At Cedars-SinaiTiger Woods was said to be "recovering and in good spirits" Friday after undergoing follow-up procedures at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
LAPD: Lady Gaga's French Bulldogs Safely RecoveredThe Los Angeles Police Department Friday safely recovered Lady Gaga's two French bulldogs, which were stolen Wednesday night by thieves who shot the dog walker.
Ruby's Diner On The Huntington Beach Pier To Permanently Close FridayThe popular Ruby's Diner at the end of the Huntington Beach Pier is closing its doors for good Friday evening.
Lady Gaga Makes Public Plea For Help Bringing French Bulldogs Koji And Gustav HomeLady Gaga says she is heartsick Friday, two days after her French bulldogs were taken in a robbery that left her dog walker hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
Glendale Central Library Unveils Art Installation Paying Tribute To Those Lost To COVID-19An art installation was unveiled Friday at the Glendale Central Library commemorating those lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LA Fashion Icon Fred Segal Dies At 87Los Angeles fashion icon Fred Segal died Thursday of complications from a stroke, his representatives confirmed Friday. He was 87.
Woman Recalls Asian American Hate Crime Against Her As More Incidents Are Being ReportedThe Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council says since the pandemic began, 250 hate incidents and hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have been reported in Los Angeles County, but they believe there are many more that have gone unreported. Rachel Kim reports.
Travel Vouchers Set To Expire As Anniversary Of COVID Shutdown NearsAs we approach the anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown, those who cancelled travel early on in the pandemic may see their vouchers expire soon.
Small Earthquake Rattles Simi ValleyThe magnitude-3.2 earthquake struck at about 12:51 p.m. and was centered almost two miles east of Simi Valley.
Some Experiencing Increased Anxiety As Reopening Plans Come Into FocusIt has been almost one year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. And now, the reality of heading back to work and school is daunting for many.
LA Vaccination Site Opens For Essential WorkersThe mobile site uses a tighter security process to ensure appointments are reserved for eligible community members. Amy Johnson reports.
Students Rally To Push Schools Into Resuming SportsPali High in the Pacific Palisades says it will begin conditioning for student athletes a week from Monday -- but students say they are ready now. Kara Finnstrom reports.
Celebrating Girl Day At Code NinjaThe owner of Code Ninja said the goal is get more girls to learn how to code.
LA Street Sweeping To Become Bi-Weekly Starting Monday Due To Pandemic, Staff ReductionsStarting Monday, street sweeping in the city of Los Angeles will switch from weekly to bi-weekly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and staff reductions, the Bureau of Street Services announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Feb. 26)A high of 70 for the beaches and 77 for the valleys.
Buses Burn, Transformers Explode After Massive Blaze Breaks Out At Compton Pallet YardA large fire erupted at a pallet yard in an industrial area of Compton early Friday morning, sparking transformer explosions which lit up the sky as the blaze spread to a nearby bus yard, shutting down streets and forcing nearby evacuations. Tina Patel reports.

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